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Ren the Red Falcon by Joshua Robertson

Ren the Red Falcon by Joshua Robertson is a fantasy short story that gives readers a glimpse of Ren’s life as a slave girl. However, things go from bad to worse when barbarians arrive to disrupt life in the encampment where she’s held captive. Likes Joshua Robertson has a talent for thrusting the reader into… Continue reading Ren the Red Falcon by Joshua Robertson

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Book Review: Moss and Clay by Rebekah Jonesy

Moss and Clay by Rebekah Jonesy is book 1 in the Mab’s Doll series. This book introduces the reader to Gillian, a magical construct brought to life through the efforts of Mab, Queen of the Fae, and her human consort. Gillian’s mission is to come to America to rescue and return fae stuck in the… Continue reading Book Review: Moss and Clay by Rebekah Jonesy

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Book Review – The Suffering by Robert Cano

The Suffering by Robert Cano is a dark fantasy novella that helps set the scene for The Dark Archer. It tells of Devani and the trials she endures on her road to becoming a key player in her former Guard Captain Bene’s life after becoming a wraith. Likes First off, let me start by saying… Continue reading Book Review – The Suffering by Robert Cano

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Beyond the Mask Anthology

Disclaimers Disclaimers: There are none. I bought this book as part of a charity fundraiser. Now I will return you to our regular scheduled book review. The Review Beyond the Mask is an Atlas-Fiction anthology themed around what happens to super-heroes when the not being, well, super-heroes. From nursing homes to betrayals and more, this… Continue reading Beyond the Mask Anthology

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A Kiss for Luck by Isa McLaren

No disclaimer for this book. I bought it fair and square. Now, on to the review. A Kiss for Luck, book one in the Art of Lying series, introduces us to Connie Munro. She’s your average office employee longing for a better life, a life of adventure, all while shopping at thrift stores and trying… Continue reading A Kiss for Luck by Isa McLaren